After 5 significant breakups (short and long term relationships) I had been through a considerable amount of unnecessary pain and suffering that ruined my goals and ambitions for the culmination of many years and led me into some extremely bad habits and extremely negative thinking.

I am lucky to be alive today.

I sought help from family and friends, professionals, books and other content on the web and although I am grateful to them and the insights that I learnt the process was long,


I tried to get with other women to get over ‘the one’ – or should I say the repeated ‘one’ but this didn’t really help.

I even turned to drugs and alcohol and got into some sticky situations, which, of course, did not help.

I was bringing my suffering onto other people, especially my family and friends, my work deteriorated drastically, I lost my job and my dating life was troublesome to say the least. I was treading on dangerous ground.

Basically, I was a mess. That’s putting it lightly. I was a ‘good guy’ but my actions were not aligned with my values and I was becoming worse and turning bad.

I had an opportunity and I took it. I got out of my life situation, studied hard and took action. I continued my fascination with psychology, spirituality, music and culture whilst on the road and it was then that I decided to be trained by the co-founder of NLP, be trained in Hypnosis and then Generative Coaching.

I then decided to dedicate my time between writing a book and creating a service to help men through breakups and post-relationship recovery, my music project and my job.

Sometimes you can know how to help others but you don’t help yourself; sometimes helping others is the only way to help your self.

And this is what this coaching service is all about. By having the right support and specific process adapted to you personally, you can get through all the pain and suffering A LOT QUICKER.

And time is the only thing that we have. We will not be here forever and we might as well be resilient, seek help when we have to, shorten periods of suffering and do the right thing.